Keeping with Tradition

This week at RGVPW the Spanish advanced students hosted their own Catrina photo shoot. They went with a very traditional Catrina look. One of the most recognized yearly events that is celebrated throughout Mexico is Dia de los Muertos. This celebration is rich in rituals and expresses the unique and exceptional relationship that Mexicans have with death and with their ancestors. The students were in charge of the whole production from makeup, hiring the model, creating the props and costumes and creating the set.

 

Photographer: Blanca Curiel

School: RGV Photography Workshops

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